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Exploring shopping and businesses on Melrose Ave. Los Angeles

The shopping strip consists of 22 city blocks of retail stores, entertainment, dining, commercial and residential space, all located just blocks from Hollywood landmarks and West Hollywood attractions. Boasting a vibrant street scene, the District features trendy outdoor dining, one-of-a-kind theatres, and unique, alternative shopping.

Use the map above to find businesses by location or the search button to find by keyword, category or location. And scroll down for handy information about getting around. 

Lyft App
Web Site: https://www.lyft.com/

Rideshare with LyftLyft is your friend with a car, whenever you need one. Download the app and get a ride from a friendly driver within minutes.
 

Uber App
Web Site: https://www.uber.com/

We’re finding better ways for cities to move, work, and thrive. Download the app and get a ride in minutes. Or become a driver and earn money on your schedule.
 

RideYellow App
Web Site: http://rideyellow.com/cities/los-angeles-area/taxi-los-angeles/  

Phone: 424.222.2222
RideYellow is a new app in the Los Angeles area that allows you to get a taxi in Los Angeles from your phone. Simply download RideYellow, finish the signup process, and enter the promo code “HELLOLA” and get $15 off of your first ride. The best part about RideYellow is that they do not surge, so you can always depend on their rates during busy times.
 

Metro Bus and Rail Lines
Web site: www.metro.net

Phone: 323.466.3876
#10 Bus Line – Melrose Avenue – Temple Street

The #10 MTA Bus Line operates between West Hollywood and Downtown LA throughout Melrose Avenue and Temple Street. Most trips are interlined with Line 48 in Downtown LA and continue to, or originate from, Avalon Station. Owl service terminates at the Beverly Red Line Station. Some trips terminate at Vine Street in South Hollywood.

A single ride on a Metro bus or train costs $1.50. Transfers from the Metro to local municipal lines cost $.35. Purchase a TAP Card for day and week passes, which offer better rates, at 8272 Santa Monica Blvd or 8969 Santa Monica Blvd. Find more TAP card outlets at the TAP website (taptogo.net/tap/locator) .

Rapid Buses have fewer stops and are limited on the weekends. Local buses make more stops and run on a regular weekend schedule. Check for holiday schedules for all public transportation lines. Travel times were provided by the Los Angeles Metro and are intended only as approximations.

City Tours and Bike Tours
Web Site: 
www.bikesandhikesla.com

If you want to get a little exercise while getting around West Hollywood, rent a bike or take a sightseeing tour with Bikes and Hikes. Their “LA in a Day” Tour – a 32 mile journey lasting approximately 5 hours 30 minutes – begins in West Hollywood, going through Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Rey, and Culver City.

Bus Tours
Web Site: 
http://www.starlinetours.com/los-angeles-tour-HOHO.asp

Another transportation option is to take a Starline Tours ”Hop On Hop Off” bus. The company runs six different routes which serve the most notable parts of the Los Angeles area, including West Hollywood, Hollywood, North Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, downtown Los Angeles, Venice and Marina Del Rey.